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MarketView 2010 to Highlight Long Term Government Tech Trends
Mar 30, 2010 (03:03 PM EDT)
INPUT Analysts & Government Leaders to Share Insights on Federal Technology
RESTON, Va., March 30 /PRNewswire/ -- INPUT, the authority on government business, today announced the 8th Annual MarketView Conference, a strategic event for executives to gain critical knowledge to shape long-term business development strategies. The event will bring together leaders from the public and private sector to discuss pressing issues and trends of the government technology market. MarketView 2010 takes place April 8, 2010, in Falls Church, Va.
At the conference INPUT analysts will present key findings from the Obama administration's proposed FY 2011 federal budget. The day-long conference will focus on the major technology trends driving federal spending. Highlights include:
Market Forecast – Kevin Plexico, senior vice president, Research & Analysis Services, INPUT, will provide a presentation of INPUT's Federal IT Market Forecast, 2010 - 2015 (to be released June 2010).
Cybersecurity – Shane Harris, author of, "The Watchers," and staff correspondent for the National Journal will give his insight on intelligence, homeland security, and counterterrorism and how these affect the marketplace.
Cloud Computing – Douglas Bourgeois, director, National Business Center (NBC), will deliver a keynote about how NBC is leading in cloud computing innovations.
Energy Efficiency, Green IT & Smart Grid – Kevin Kampschroer, director, Office of Federal High-Performance Green Buildings, Public Building Services, General Services Administration, will discuss green technologies implemented at the new St. Elizabeths DHS Headquarters.
Keith Seaman, acting director, Defense Business Systems Acquisition Executive for the DoD's Business Transformation Agency will discuss his strategy on insourcing and what savvy agencies and vendors should do to prepare.
Data Center Consolidation
Frank Baitman, CIO, Social Security Administration, will share how his agency will spend $500 million in stimulus funds to build a new data center.
Meet the Analysts
INPUT experts will be available to answer questions all day. Gather real-time feedback from those working at the forefront of market shaping initiatives.
Date & Time: April 8, 2010; 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. EDT
Location: Fairview Park Marriott, 3111 Fairview Park Dr., Falls Church, Va. 22042
To register: Visit: marketview.input.com or call 1-888-99-INPUT (46788).
For media: Media interested in attending MarketView 2010 should contact Claire Carlin, Director of Marketing Communications and Events, INPUT, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-707-3685.
Established in 1974, INPUT helps companies develop federal, state, and local government business and helps public sector organizations achieve their objectives. More than 2,000 member organizations, including small specialized companies, new entrants to the public sector, and the largest government contractors and agencies, rely on INPUT for the latest and most comprehensive procurement and market information, powerful sales management tools, educational, and networking events. For more information about INPUT, visit www.input.com or call 703-707-3500.
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